July 30, 2020
This week digital home fitness system Tempo announced a $60 million Series B funding round. Northwest Venture Partners and General Catalyst led the round with participation from DCM, Bling Capital, SignalFire, Founders Fund and Y Combinator.
As part of the deal, Northwest Capital’s Edward Yip and General Catalyst’s Holly Maloney were added to the board of directors.
This news comes just months...
February 26, 2020
Tempo (formerly Pivot), a startup that’s building a consumer workout device that tracks movements via sensor, has opened up sales for its first product, which it will begin shipping in the summer.
Called the Tempo Studio, the product takes the form of an in-home cabinet housing a 42-inch screen and a 3D vision camera that scans the user 30 times per second. Along with dumbbells, free weights, a...